Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby’s stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham.
Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby’s stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
Protestor Daivante Erskine of Greensboro, a $7.25/per hour worker for Arby’s stands with other food service industry, home care, airport, academic and other low-wage workers at an April 1, 2015 curbside protest in front of the McDonald’s in downtown Durham. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

In NC, a gentle push for a living wage

September 01, 2018 03:45 PM